This contributed volume explores the functions of belief and
supernatural experience within an array of cultures, as well as the
stance of academe toward the study of belief and the supernatural.
The essays in this volume call into question the idea that
supernatural experience is extraordinary.
Among the contributors are Shelley Adler, David Hufford, Barre
Toelken, and Gillian Bennett.
Subjects: Sociology, Anthropology
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